Letting your Dragon's Breath out for Independence Day (VIDEO)

In honor of the country’s birthday, TNOutdoors9 loaded up a Mossberg 935 with a handful of Dragon’s Breath shells and went to town on some steel plates.

Dragon’s Breath shotgun shells are filled with Zirconium alloy powder pressed into pellets or flakes. When the primer is struck, the Zirconium ignites and is propelled from of the barrel, turning your shotgun into a short-range flamethrower.

With that in mind, they likely are a liability rich pitfall if used in home defense but for a great pyrotechnics display, especially when used at night or on special occasions.

Such as lighting up your backyard range on the 4th of July.

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